Arlington, VA

EcoAction’s 43rd Annual Meeting

Join us in exploring ways of Nurturing, Illuminating, and Preserving Nature in Arlington. This event will continue EcoAction Arlington’s exploration of connecting to nature with our 2021 event series Love Our Living World. The meeting will open with welcoming remarks

Celebration of Black History Month

We hope you will join The Arlington Philharmoic’s Zoom event featuring a Black History theme. Arlington Philharmonic Music Director A. Scott Wood will present an overview of consummate Black composers from three centuries. When we asked Scott what members in

Community Engagement Forum on Aging Issues

What Matters Most to Older Adults in Arlington?

We invite you to join the Arlington County Area Agency on Aging, the Aging and Disability Services Division and the Arlington Commission on Aging for the annual Community Engagement Forum on Aging

How to Start a Plot Against Hunger Vegetable Garden:

How to Start a Plot Against Hunger Vegetable Garden: Wednesday, March 17 from 7-8 p.m.

Not sure if you have a green thumb? Come and learn how to start a garden! Hear from experts who started their own gardens, including

Plot Against Hunger Spring Garden Kickoff

Spring Garden Kickoff, March 13, 10-11:30 a.m.

The Plot Against Hunger kicks off the 2021 growing season with its annual Spring Garden Kickoff on Saturday, March 13, 10-11:30 a.m. While the Plot Against Hunger program may have a new home

LWV-Arl Event-Post Legislative Forum-General Assembly Roundup

The League of Women Voters of Arlington presents our annual Post Legislative Session with Arlington/Alexandria Representatives to the General Assembly

Learn about all of the legislative changes made during this recent session of the General Assembly.

You will be able

Toastmasters Open House

Interested in improving your public speaking conveniently from your own home? Join Raise Your Glass Toastmasters for our Zoom Open House! It’s the perfect time to hone this skill by working with a supportive group of professionals who can offer

Ambient Light: Real and Imagined Solo Show of Work by…

Ambient Light: Real and Imagined
Solo show of work by 5 Arlington artists
at Gallery Underground in March
Dates: March 1-26, 2021 Mon-Fri 10am-6pm
– No opening reception due to COVID safety protocals –

Gallery Underground in February presents, in our Focus Gallery, “Ambient Light: Real and Imagined,” a show of work by Elisabeth Hudgins, Kat Jamieson, Linda Maldonado, Elise Ritter and Deborah Taylor as the members of Studio 10, a collaborative of five local artists who create and celebrate community-based art. Painters are captivated by the nature of light and the creative expression of its many moods. One aspect is capturing the “ambient” light that surrounds and illuminates any environment, whether real or imagined. Interpretations can vary widely from landscapes in dazzling natural light to radiant abstracts that reveal a strong mood or belief. These painters interpret this compelling theme through their own lens and filters, as well as their medium of choice: watercolor, oil, acrylic, collage, and ink. Along the way, they discover that ambient light can be physical or spiritual; external or internal; real or imagined. With unique style and vision, each uses creative inspiration as a guide out of darkness into the light.

In our Main Gallery are new works by our members in all themes, in media including oil, acrylic, pastel, watermedia, sculpture, glass, ceramics, wood and metalwork.

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Ambient Light: Real and Imagined Solo Show of Work by…

Ambient Light: Real and Imagined
Solo show of work by 5 Arlington artists
at Gallery Underground in March
Dates: March 1-26, 2021 Mon-Fri 10am-6pm
– No opening reception due to COVID safety protocals –

Gallery Underground in February presents, in our Focus Gallery, “Ambient Light: Real and Imagined,” a show of work by Elisabeth Hudgins, Kat Jamieson, Linda Maldonado, Elise Ritter and Deborah Taylor as the members of Studio 10, a collaborative of five local artists who create and celebrate community-based art. Painters are captivated by the nature of light and the creative expression of its many moods. One aspect is capturing the “ambient” light that surrounds and illuminates any environment, whether real or imagined. Interpretations can vary widely from landscapes in dazzling natural light to radiant abstracts that reveal a strong mood or belief. These painters interpret this compelling theme through their own lens and filters, as well as their medium of choice: watercolor, oil, acrylic, collage, and ink. Along the way, they discover that ambient light can be physical or spiritual; external or internal; real or imagined. With unique style and vision, each uses creative inspiration as a guide out of darkness into the light.

In our Main Gallery are new works by our members in all themes, in media including oil, acrylic, pastel, watermedia, sculpture, glass, ceramics, wood and metalwork.

Read More

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